3 Weeks in Thailand – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around

I’ve had the pleasure of travelling to Thailand several times in the last few years. In 2015, on my first backpacking trip, I spent around two weeks in the country as a stop between Cambodia and Malaysia and this past summer I spent an entire month dedicated to travelling through Thailand. If you’re not sure … More 3 Weeks in Thailand – Costs, Itinerary and Getting Around

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5 April Return Flights from Glasgow for under £20

For this month’s instalment of cheap return flights from Glasgow, I’ve managed to find the cheapest bunch of flights to date. Like I mentioned in my March post for cheap flights, Ryanair are cutting their flights from Glasgow International to just three routes at the end of this year, so it’s best to take advantage of these … More 5 April Return Flights from Glasgow for under £20

5 November Flight Deals from Glasgow for Under £25

If you’re already fed up of these cold November days, there are plenty of fantastic deals for less than £25 return. Just like my last post, I’ve used Skyscanner to collate this list of flights. Frankfurt, Germany – You can fly return to Frankfurt from Glasgow for as little as £10 all through November, making it … More 5 November Flight Deals from Glasgow for Under £25

Capri, Italy

Last summer, during our visit to the Amalfi Coast, we took a day trip to Capri with the Caremar ferry from Naples. Our choice not to stay on the island, or in any of the other towns like Sorrento or Positano mainly had to do with costs, and as two students backpacking for more than two months we thought it … More Capri, Italy

Carlisle, England

Being home for the majority of the summer has gave us the opportunity to explore so many of the places a little more close to home. Last week when we had a rare good weather day, we decided to take a road trip down to Carlisle for a few hours. Just south of the border, … More Carlisle, England

European Landmarks

Travel in Europe can be expensive enough before you even begin to consider what landmarks to visit. As young people and students, we’re entitled to so many unadvertised discounts and freebies. I’ve done the research before visiting some popular tourist attractions and wrote about them more in depth on the individual post for each location but in this … More European Landmarks

easyJet

Much like its Irish competitor Ryanair, easyJet is a budget airline that operates across the larger majority of European countries. For many people budget airlines are something to turn their nose up, but in my opinion they’re an incredible way of making the world around us more accessible to more of us. They might not have private … More easyJet

Phnom Penh, Cambodia

The bus from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh was painless, taking 7 hours exactly with two half hour stops. Our hotel, Hotel Zing, is located two streets along from the bus terminus and opposite the city’s central market. Costing £15 per night, it’s immaculate and undoubtedly the best shower I’ve had in Asia – combined … More Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Phuket, Thailand

From Phnom Penh we decided that rather than travel for an entire day on land we would take two flights to South West Thailand, specifically Phuket. We flew with Air Asia firstly to Bangkok then connected to another of their flights onto Phuket. We arrived at our hotel, Thira Residence, close to midnight so chose to … More Phuket, Thailand